danger of losing its accreditation. officials did not completely respond to the audit. in the past year, the received other complaints about the economy. according to a source familiar with the investigation, these concerns alleged as many as five instructors got paid for overtime hours they did not work. and certified instructors continue to teach classes. at least two cadets were allowed to take exams even though they had failed twice, which is against department policies. supervisors bullied subordinates. the lack of a complete response to the audit, coupled with a slew of new complaints, prompted the state agency to send an ultimatum level, -- letter, which said the economy could lose its accreditation. meanwhile, a source familiar with the investigation is providing more information.